this album is oh so good
this is my new favorite band. they’re called Glossary. They’re from Murfreesboro, TN and they are amazing. I could go on and on but I’ll just say this instead…
The have a free download of their last album (not Feral Fire, which is their most recent - and which is equally awesome) on their website HERE. The singer also has a solo album up for download which is also pretty awesome. Check it out. I love ‘em. Their new album came out last week on Lucero’s Liberty & Lament label.
Lucero “1372 Overton Park" - Under the tutelage of, producer du jour, Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem’s "59 Sound"), Lucero really pushes the limits that they tested on their last album, and they further straddle the divisions in place in historical Memphis rock (the band’s hometown).With the tasteful use of "Stax" style horns to a few tracks, a prominent pedal steel, and great rock n roll keys by Rick Steff (Cat Power), the tribute to the town they call home is complete. A little bit of Sam and Dave, a little bit of Jerry Lee Lewis, and a little bit of Big Star. Recording at Memphis’ legendary Ardent Studios went a long way to get that feeling as well. Great Album. I expected a lot and got even more.
Key Tracks: “What Are You Willing To Lose”, “Hey, Darlin’, Do You Gamble?”, “Can’t Feel A Thing”
Similar To: The Replacements “Pleased To Meet Me”, Uncle Tupelo “Still Feel Gone”, Bruce Springsteen “The River”
"The Treaty of Versailles: Not really a treaty, more like a time-out."
i just accidentally wrote this song for about the thousandth time
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